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Antisemitism in Europe: debate highlights need for education, cooperation

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) hosted a debate today on the proliferation of antisemitism in Europe. With antisemitism on the rise across Member...
uk spouse visa brexit effect

UK spouse visa process exacerbated by Brexit

Maddie Grounds, of leading UK immigration lawyers the Immigration Advice Service, explains the “Brexit effect” on UK spouse visas. Obtaining a UK spouse visa continues...
foreign exchange antitrust

Foreign exchange antitrust investigation issues €1.07 billion fines

The European Commission has fined five banks a total of €1.07 billion over two foreign exchange spot trading cartels. The Commission’s investigation found evidence of...
global report on internal displacement

Global Report on Internal Displacement finds record highs

A new report by the Norwegian Refugee Council’s (NRC) Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) has found record levels of internal displacement. The IDMC’s Global Report...
human rights and democracy

Human rights and democracy: European Council adopts 2018 report

The European Council has adopted the text of the EU’s annual report on human rights and democracy around the world. The EU Annual Report on...
children and gdpr: protecting children's data online

Children and GDPR: protecting children’s data online

Protecting children’s data online must come to the forefront of GDPR enforcement following violations of child privacy online. It has been a year since the...
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European Cybercrime Centre combats online exploitation through knowledge exchange

Member States need platforms for knowledge exchange to identify perpetrators and reduce online exploitation. A recent report released by the Internet Watch Foundation shows that...
eu27 leaders' sibiu summit

EU27 leaders’ Sibiu summit: looking ahead to a common future

Leaders of the EU Member States met today in Sibiu, Romania, to discuss the future strategic direction of the EU. The EU27 heads of state...
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Are connected devices creepy? Study shows high levels of mistrust

A new study has found just under two thirds of consumers actively distrust the level to which connected devices connect and retain their data. The...
human trafficking prevention

Human trafficking prevention to benefit from €1 billion initiative

Data analytics software firm Clarida Technologies has announced a global initiative providing training and resources to enable human trafficking prevention. Robin Poelmans, CEO and founder...

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